All Projects : Corporate & Retail
S/L/A/M Collaborative of Hartford designed the Horizon Center/ESPN Childcare in Bristol, Connecticut. Using four Swisspearl® colors, four distinct building sections were created for this childcare facility.
Cunningham Quill Architects and Cladding Corp created a very dynamic rainscreen/curtain wall feature for the new Safeway on King Street in Alexandria.
The Bridgestone Technical Center in Akron, Ohio was designed by SoL Harris/Day Architecture. The fiber cement rainscreen cladding features Swisspearl® panels in various shades of red or grey to match the corporate colors.
Energy Architects of Houston selected Terra5 TC18 for the Parc Binz medical offices and destination retail building. The red terra-cotta rainscreen created warmth for this contemporary mid-rise building in Houston.
Spectra Group Architects of NYC used the Plus5 attachment system for their Fiber-Concrete renovation of 175 Varrick Street in SOHO.
Open Studio Architects selected Terra5 terra-cotta panels to reclad The Crossroads Office building in San Diego. The base of the building used a dark grey Terra5 panel and the upper levels of the building had an ACM system.
Jacob/Wyper Architects incorporated both Cem5 fiber cement panels and Terra5 terra-cotta sunscreens to create an elegant, crisp design for Mars Drinks in the Philadelphia suburbs of West Chester.
Shalom Baranes Associates of Washington, DC is one of the most consistent designers of Rainscreen projects. One of their signature buildings incorporated Swisspearl® cement composite and terra-cotta on the Safeway Waterfront complex.
CO Architects of Los Angeles designed 650 East Kendall in Cambridge which has become the central building for Kendall Square. This pocket of new buildings is arguably one of the highest concentrations of rainscreen wall design in the USA.
HLW of New York designed the new ESPN Digital Center 2 in Bristol, CT using Cem5 fiber cement panels. The fiber cement panels created a symmetric stacked layout with a signature ESPN corporate red band on the top of the building.